Located in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, the new BMW spare parts distribution facility, constructed for ATTACQ, was completed in nine and a half months from March 2017 until mid-December 2017. The new facility, including a warehouse of approximately thirty two thousand square meters and an additional five hundred square meters of office space was completed on schedule. However, BMW required an exceptionally early beneficial access date at the end of August 2017, just six months after the site was handed over. In order for beneficial access to be provided in such a short period, certain principles of Lean Construction were introduced in conjunction with BMW’s expertise. By working hand in hand with the professional team and BMW’s representatives the beneficial occupation date was also achieved on schedule and included the completion of the principle warehouse structure, roof covering, specialist concrete surface beds, flammable store, external hardstands, electric lighting and power. Our team at Abbeydale Building and Civils (Pty) Ltd are exceptionally grateful to have been given the opportunity to construct this facility and proud of the product that has been delivered to both the employer and BMW.